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AFIELD Transitional Justice Grant 2024

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AFIELD is looking for innovative ideas and projects by artists and cultural workers that respond to, further and contribute to the process and mechanisms of transitional justice in diverse contexts for their AFIELD Transitional Justice grant.

In contexts marked by systemic oppression and conflict, legal efforts toward justice and reparations often fail to bridge the gap between formal proceedings and the real needs of those seeking accountability for the harm inflicted upon them. This reality resonates deeply with victims of wars and armed conflicts globally, where perpetrators frequently evade justice and victims’ desires for redress remain unmet. This disparity is equally felt within societies grappling with economic corruption, environmental injustices, and other forms of systemic oppression.

At its core, transitional justice centres on individuals and communities within a society who have endured severe human rights violations—victims, survivors, and perpetrators—recognising the complexity and layered nature of their roles and identities. It seeks to uphold their rights and dignity as citizens and human beings, while pursuing accountability, acknowledgment, and redress for the harms they have endured.

AFIELD now invites artists of any discipline and cultural workers to submit applications with existing projects/initiatives or with implementable and viable ideas.

Please note that they are only able to review the first 50 submissions received.

The AFIELD Transitional Justice grant will distribute four grants of 10,000 USD each.


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